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Shane Ledford explores how Henry David Thoreau’s Walden; or, Life in the Woods teaches us about mindfulness, interconnection and living deliberately
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Formal mindfulness practice is a training ground for whatever we may encounter in our lives, from the ordinary to the extraordinary. An unimaginable tomorrow becomes the beneficiary of today's practice by increasing the likelihood that our response, when it matters most, will be skillful.